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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss.

Discussion in 'Android Phones' started by creedito, Aug 30, 2015.

  1. creedito

    creedito Forum Veteran Established

    - Microsoft is now letting people
    download Cortana as part of a
    public beta
    which is the first time it’s been
    officially available to the public.
    There is only one problem and that
    is that you cannot participate in the
    public beta unless you live in the
    United States. We don’t think
    that’ll change which kinda sucks.

    - A new app called Vysor was
    leaked recently
    and it prompted developer Koushik
    Dutta to just release the
    application. It’s a Chrome app that
    lets you easily control your
    Android device from your
    computer. It’s a nifty tool even if
    it’s in beta and keep an eye out for
    pricing because there will be some
    pricing options eventually.

    - Facebook M has been officially
    announced and much like the
    leaks said, it’ll be a personal
    assistant that lives inside of
    Facebook Messenger that helps
    you buy things along with a suite
    of other functions for productivity.
    It’s currently in testing and we
    have no clue when it’ll be
    available to the public.

    - Earlier this week, Rovio announced
    that they’ll be laying off 1/3 of
    their work force
    . The speculation is that the Angry
    Birds franchise is finally starting to
    falter as the company just
    released Angry Birds 2 not long
    ago. The company maintains that it
    made these layoffs to be leaner
    and more agile.

    - Earlier this week, Amazon killed
    off the free app of the day
    and replaced it with a new
    application called Amazon
    Underground. The new app is
    meant to offer a lot more apps that
    the company is calling “actually
    free”. You can download and
    install Amazon Underground just
    like any other Amazon app.
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